Next time an out-of-towner asks you about the fog, direct them to this piece by FT reporter David Gelles:
The sea fog of San Francisco is an old friend to the people who live there. When warm air from the Pacific blows across the cool waters of the California current, it forms as a low-lying cloud, lingering close to the ground. An anomaly in winter when the ocean cools down, the fog is an almost permanent feature of the San Francisco summer.
Now you know.
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